As a homeowner, you might not be too concerned with the square footage of your home. After all, it’s not always about the space, but the memories you’ll be making with family and friends. Sometimes small house plans are the best option for your family, from both a financial and practical standing. If you’re interested in creating the perfect space on a smaller scale, take a look at some of our featured floor plans closer to 1,500 square feet.
When you’re deciding what type of flooring you want for your home, there are a lot of materials to choose from, but most homeowners decide between laminate or hardwood floors. At first glance they seem very similar, since they both have the appearance of wooden floors. But if you take a closer look, there are a lot of differences to consider when you’re deciding between laminate vs. hardwood floorings.
Searching for the perfect ranch floor plan for your new modular home? Carolina Custom Homes of Burlington offers hundreds of choices, each designed with the homeowner in mind. Our featured floor plans include customer favorites, as well as homes on display that you can tour now.
One of the biggest advantages to building a modular home versus a traditional ‘stick-built’ home is something everyone can appreciate: time. While most traditionally built homes can take an average of 6-8 months to complete, modular homes allow you to move in quickly, as little as three months. That’s a huge difference, but why the time gap? Here are a few reasons why it’s faster to build a modular home.
We’ve shared quite a bit of information regarding the actual building process at Carolina Custom Homes, but we’ve realized that folks also have a lot of questions about the necessary steps to take before they commit to the building process. So, if you’re looking forward to building your dream home, but aren’t sure how to start getting your money in order to do so, this one’s for you. Typically, whether you’re buying an existing home or are looking to build a home, getting your money sorted out should look something like this:
Whether you’re a first time home builder or you’ve been through this before, the building process can feel overwhelming. Here’s the good news: everything from working with real estate agents, finding land, and choosing your floor plan can and should be simple, approachable, and even enjoyable. How? By partnering with a team who is up front and consistent with their policies and processes. On top of giving you the freedom and enjoyment of making your dream home a reality, when you partner with the right homebuilders, you can count on:
Browsing for a new home is the first step in an exciting but somewhat stressful process. Sometimes time is no issue and going to the physical site of a home is your best bet. However, if you have a jam packed schedule but need to get some insight on a home you're interested in, a virtual tour may be exactly what you’re looking for.
Sometimes you find a floor plan that’s nearly perfect for you and your family, but here’s the thing: we don’t want to offer you nearly perfect options. We want to provide the perfect match. So, we’ve taken one of our most popular floor plans and added a few twists and tweaks to better accommodate any type of family. Having these additional options offers folks who are looking for a home a sense of comfort and peace of mind knowing that there are home builders out there who are prepared to accommodate every customer’s unique lifestyle. Carolina Custom Homes provides exactly that with the four new Sparta variations. These added variations expand on the Sparta I and give new life to an already popular floor plan.
If you haven’t already, go check out some of our virtual tours to tour some of our past customers’ favorite floor plans without leaving your couch. While we’re proud to offer detailed virtual tours, we also know that sometimes you just need to be in a space to really get a feel for it, which is why we have model homes on display on-site at Carolina Custom Homes. Want to go ahead and schedule a tour? No problem. Here’s what to expect.